Premiere: Burnt Friedman Drops Groove-Filled Remix and Live Flanger Video
The German veteran reworks a track from Tilliander's forthcoming EP and shares a blistering live video with Atom™.
Following on from its Shlømo remix package featuring Donato Dozzy, Bambounou, and label boss Kennedy Smith, Bright Sound‘s latest release—and second for 2016—will land courtesy of Swedish artist Andreas Tilliander.
Titled Stettin Libau, Tilliander’s latest follows on from a string of releases on his own Repeatle imprint and his TM404 alias’s hardware-driven techno on Skudge White and Kontra-Musik. Featuring three originals and a stripped-back remix from Burnt Friedman, the EP explores, in a beautiful manner, “slower tempo techno, locating the moments of space and energy in between its rhythmic structures.”
In support of the EP release, XLR8R has been gifted the exclusive premiere of Friedman’s remix of “Knapp Ledysn,” a groove-filled minimalistic rework of Tilliander’s original. Alongside his remix, Friedman has also shared a stunning live video from a recent performance as Flanger alongside Atom™. In the video, which you can watch via the player below, the duo use a dazzling array of drum machines, modular synthesizers, and effects to perform “Heady Man,” a cut from 2015’s Lollopy Dripper. The video lands following a May EP from the pair, titled Spinner, which once again cements Friedman and Atom™ as two of the most forward-thinking artists operating today.
Ahead of the release of Tilliander’s Stettin Libau—which can be preordered here—you can stream Burnt Friedman’s remix of “Knapp Ledysn” via the player above.